News tagged: LG
Some enterprising advanced users discovered that Google's Nexus 4 U.S. variant can work with LTE on AT&T, provided it's operating in markets with LTE Band 4 (AWS 1700 / 2100 MHz spectrum). Among the biggest US cities with it are L.A., Chicago, DFW, and Las Vegas.
LG plans to unveil its first in-house design ARM system on chip at CES 2013. Its first chip is codenamed "H13," and is an application processor for embedded devices. The Korean consumer-electronics major bought a license to design ARM ASICs in April 2011.
Apple devices are very popular in the world and exactly that showed the newest research done by comScore company, a leader in measuring the digital world. Released data showed that LG is no longer No. 2 mobile market maker, whose place is now taken by Apple.
In case you missed the virtual stampede that ensued on Google Play after Google's Nexus 4 launch, another one is taking shape at 3 PM ET (noon, PT). Google has been sending out emails to everyone interested, to place an order at the above time and net the 4.7-incher.